- Garfield High School Class of 1969 is celebrating its 40th class reunion August 7-9, including bowling at Imperial Lanes, food and entertainment at Yesler Community Center, and a family picnic and potluck at Othello Park. The registration fee is $69 per person for the weekend. For further information, see the reunion website, and RSVP to (206) 499-9624 by July 15.
- A.C.E. Summer Language Camps in Arabic, Urdu, and Persian language for kids 10-14 are being held on July 13-24 at Northgate Elementary School in Northeast Seattle. Classes are free (with a $25 registration fee), and all teachers are native speakers. For more information, contact Maka Janikashvili by email at email@example.com, call (206) 217-9644 ext 201, or visit www.cultural.org/wlp/camp.php.
- The comment period for Seattle’s draft Pedestrian Master Plan has been extended to Friday, June 26. You can view the plan on the web, here. Comments on the plan may be made through an online form, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone (206-733-9970), or by mail (Pedestrian Master Plan Comments, Seattle Department of Transportation, P.O. Box 34996, Seattle, WA 98124-4996). There will also be a public hearing on the draft plan on Tuesday, July 21, from 5:00-6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 600 Fourth Avenue.
- Atlantic Street Center is partnering with Seattle Public Schools in offering a Class of 2013 Math Academy this summer. The Academy will be at Aki Kurose Middle School, July 6-July 30, and is intended for “8th graders-rising-to-9th who struggle in math.” It will include morning math-focused academics, and afternoon enrichment activities. Cost is free to families. For more information, contact Samara Louton, Education/Activities Coordinator, 723-4073 x108 or email@example.com.
- Are you missing a cat? This cute tabby was spotted at 13th Avenue South and South Spokane Street at around 11:15pm last night hanging out on a front porch. The neighbor who saw him didn’t bring him inside, but just wanted to get the word out where this cat is hanging out, in case someone’s missing their kitty. (Thanks, Robert!)
This morning about 11:15, it seems our black and white tuxedo cat made a run for it. The cat disappeared from the corner of 17th and Stevens St.
The kitty’s name is Ivy. She is a VERY LARGE (overweight) tuxedo (black and white) cat. Ivy is an indoor cat. She’s probably out there and scared silly.
She is friendly but shy, but will be easy to catch because she sort of waddles. She looks like she is wearing a black tuxedo jacket that doesn’t close in the front. She has a round face and very large round gold eyes.
Thanks for keeping your eyes open for her–
If anyone sees her, please contact us here at the Blog and we will forward your message to Kristen. Thanks.
Update: Joe writes to tell us Lulu has been found. Thanks everyone!
Levecke Mas writes,
“I just picked up a stray dog running in the falling snow on 19th ave so b’ween S.Forest and S. McClellan.
“Asked 3 different house if they knew the dog…nope.
“He is unaltered, young male. Super friendly.
“I will deliver and need to see that this dog belongs to claimant.”
If this is your dog, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Kathy wrote to alert us of a kitten found near 13th Ave S and S Shelton earlier this evening. He’s described as a young, several-month-old black and brown male tabby. He’s healthy looking and appears well-cared-for, and so probably hasn’t been lost for very long.
He’ll likely be taken to the shelter to be examined for an identifying microchip tomorrow, but if you can help determine who this kitten belongs to, please mail us and we’ll put you in contact with Kathy to get this kitty home.
“I’ve seen this female dog wandering around 13th avenue south between Plum and Holgate for the past few days. She runs away when approached and appears to be pregnant. She has a black collar so I’m assuming she is someones lost pet.”